Could our DNA be hacked? Longevity trends project a longer life span for Baby Boomers when compared with that of subsequent generations. Sadly, with the onset of diseases at earlier ages, our children and grandchildren may experience on average, shorter life spans when compared to those of their senior relatives. Could successive degeneration of DNA make us more susceptible to disease?
I am certainly not a bible scholar but Adam of the Garden of Eden fame, supposedly lived to a beyond-ripe age of over 900 years. At least one woman described in the bible, gave birth at 80 years old. Did the human DNA during the Old Testament biblical times have less mutations when compared to our time, which may partially explain their longer lives? Today, we are bombarded with man-made toxins and retro viruses that invade and replicate our own DNA. Some authors give the analogy that cumulative mutations are like a book that is slowly losing words and eventually the sentences become illegible (or mutant gaps in DNA that adversely impact replication).
Maybe another factor is the “Water of Ages” on our planet has lost both its structure and electrical conductivity? Activated water such as Watt-Ahh Polarized Water, is the bridge between our electromagnetic physical side and our biology (DNA) side.
Natural Scientist MJ Pangman and Intuitive Healer Melanie Evans give homage to water pioneers in their book, entitled Dancing with Water. Some of these pioneers and visionaries that are changing our scientific knowledge of water include Forester Viktor Schaubeger and Quantum Scientist Mae-Wan Ho.
On the topic of structured water as it relates to our DNA topic, MJ writes … “Healthy DNA is surrounded by structured water. This water is responsible for the DNA’s stability. Structured water is also responsible for supporting the electromagnetic field surrounding DNA. As water loses its crystalline structure (because of age and disease), the integrity of the DNA is often compromised. Youthful DNA, surrounded by liquid crystalline/structured water, has a much stronger electromagnetic field than DNA from elderly individuals.”
In their pursuit of seeking more knowledge on water … the carrier of life force for all inhabitants of Mother Earth … both MJ and Melanie recently interviewed AquaNew’s Rob Gourley on his Polarized Water. They are currently sharing Watt-Ahh with their health-related colleagues in Utah, and likely will conclude that Rob qualifies as being part of the new science of water. Rob’s discovered DiTetra water gas is a key to renewing water on our planet.
During the recent interview, Rob told MJ and Melanie about his theories on a liquid crystalline structured water that is also activated by donor electrons on the outside hydrogen ring. Drinking the Polarized Water can be restorative and strengthen the electromagnetic field that is protective of our DNA.
Possible Portal to Healing Our Biology
Our DNA (Biology) only represents 0.001% by volume of our entire body. Instead, we are made up of 99.99% cellular vacuum space. Our Electromagnetic Physics side with a balance of electrons and protons, may be the optimum portal or gateway for protecting against further hacking of our DNA. Prescribed drugs generally are not preventing DNA mutations. Otherwise, the incidence of diseases would have lessen (and fewer children being diagnosed with cancer). We cannot make any disease-related claims; however, drinking Watt-Ahh Polarized Water with its electrical conductance and stable crystalline structure is good for the sake of the entire body … and likely another secret for longevity.
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